The 2021 Challenger Super Stock and Charger Redeye configurators are now live.
2020 may have been the year the world stood still, but 2021 is already shaping up to be the year of the muscle car. Not only has Dodge revealed the 2021 Durango SRT Hellcat for families in a hurry, but it's also given us a Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye with a 797-horsepower supercharged V8 under the hood. Then, when we thought the muscle car couldn't get any more exciting, Dodge dropped another bomb in the form of the 807-hp Challenger Super Stock - a drag strip monster that rushes from 0 to 60 mph in 3.25 seconds and smashes through the ¼-mile in 10.5 seconds. The latter may have already been available for 2020, but Dodge's online configurators for the Super Stock and Charger Redeye have now gone live, letting you build the muscle car of your dreams.
The Super Stock reaches the highest overall price, maxing out at $96,851 - including a $6,000 discount at the time of writing - after starting at $79,595. All 13 paint colors are cost-inclusive, but you'll have to pay $995 extra for a range of over-body stripes, or $3,495 for painted satin black graphics on the hood, roof, and trunk. Some options are fairly cheap, like the $425 black hood pins or the $595 black brake calipers, but you'll need to stretch a little more for the SRT Performance Spoiler at $995.
The price climbs quickly as you play with the interior options, as $995 gets you navigation, $1,795 adds a Harman Kardon sound system with 18 speakers, and $1,995 adds a power sunroof. Laguna Leather or Alcantara can be added for $1,795, while the Carbon/Suede Interior Package costs $1,595 for real carbon interior accents and a suede headliner. The cheapest option, and perhaps the most value-oriented if you'll be spending time at the drag strip, is the rear seat deletion option for just $1.
Comparatively, the Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye is a performance bargain, with a base price of $78,595 and a maximum, fully-loaded price of $88,330 including the aforementioned 6k discount. It gets many of the same options, like the 13 paint colors and over-the-top stripes, but buyers can opt for two no-cost 20-inch wheelsets or a $1,095 Warp Speed Granite set. Brake calipers can be optioned in either black, gunmetal gray, or orange, and for $695 you can swap out your all-season performance tires for 3-season tires instead.
Interior options are cheaper on the Charger than the Super Stock, with black/Demonic Red seat upholstery costing a mere $295 and red seatbelts just $100 more than that. Add in the Harman Kardon speaker system ($1,995) and power sunroof (also $1,995) for convenience, the Carbon/Suede Interior Package ($1,595) and Alcantara Interior Package ($995) for style, and the $995 Navigation And Travel Group for navigation and SiriusXM services, and the Redeye is the world's fastest production sedan for the family at under $90k.